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New Music Weekly: Trousdale And More!

New Music Weekly: Trousdale And More!

It’s that time of week all over again! We are here to break down the best in what’s new in music! We’ve got holiday music, new EPs, and some killer singles! Let’s jump right in!

Sam Williams – ‘Snow Angels’
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We will always be on board for a song that pairs perfectly with winter in our New Music Weekly wrap-ups. Sam Williams has one of those voices that feels like the audio representation of warmth. It’s so smooth and beautiful. And we think that warmth is best displayed here in ‘Snow Angels.’

Trousdale – What Happiness Is
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The day is finally here! We have been eagerly awaiting the release of What Happiness Is, as Trousdale has quickly become one of our favorite groups. We, of course, love every single track on the EP, but ‘Love’ has stolen our hearts. These ladies mean business and we are so ready to see them take over the musical world.

Nova Miller – ‘Done’
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‘Done’ is a story of triumph. Nova Miller penned this beautiful track all about letting go of self-destructive behavior, being ‘Done’ with hating oneself. Finding songs with such a deeper meaning is something we love including in our New Music Weekly articles, people find such healing in music and it’s a beautiful thing.

Love You Later – ‘Brooklyn’
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Love You Later is exactly the artist you’re looking for to fill your playlists. With one listen to ‘Brooklyn’ you’ll see exactly what we’re talking about. The track is all about realizing you messed up, and trying to figure out how to make things right. It’s a feeling so many of us know all too well.

Lani Renaldo – ‘Help!’
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The honesty you’ll find in ‘help!’ by Lani Renaldo is something that is rare to come by. Being able to put your struggles into words to such a beautiful degree is a talent all on its own. We know that you guys will connect with ‘help!’ just as we have and find comfort in the fact that so many of us are broken in the same way.

Liz Cass – ‘Killers’
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In this New Music Weekly, we’re giving you the first track, ‘Killers,’ off of Liz Cass’s debut album, which we can expect next year. ‘killers’ fits right in with the alt-pop explosion we’re seeing right now, which we can’t get enough of. With Liz’s incredible vocals and the deep themes of the track, there is no going wrong.

Eden Lole – ‘Why Don’t You Know’
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Ever since we first discovered ‘Boys’ we’ve been fully on board with Eden Lole. Her newest track ‘Why Don’t You Know’ tackles struggles within a relationship that so many of us can relate to. It’s always an awful feeling when you’re so in it with someone and they are just not giving what you are, Eden puts that feeling into words so beautifully.

Christian French – ‘OH WELL’
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2022 is the year of Christian French, mark our words. The talent the exists in this one human is absolutely mind-blowing. Christian French is an artist that always feels like he’s reinventing himself and coming more into his own with each release, ‘OH WELL’ is no different. We will have this track on repeat, further falling in love with Christian until further notice.

Taloula – ‘Find My Way’
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Neo-Soul is a sub-genre we’re not seeing nearly enough of, if you’re not aware of the mesmerizing sounds that can be created within the sub-genre, allow Taloula to be your introduction. Taloula is coming at you with ‘Find My Way’ the second single from her upcoming EP, The Evolution Of Taloula. The track is all the proof you need that we’ve barely scratched the surface of what Taloula can bring to the table.

Coline Creuzot – ‘Sometimes’
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“If you love someone let them know” is the resounding message with ‘Sometimes.’ Coline Creuzot said it herself. ‘Sometimes’ is a song we can all find a relation to, it deals with the struggle of being honest with feelings, Coline has mastered that art within her music. And those who can’t write music get to sing along!

Bebi Monsuta – 11:11
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Man, we are delivering this New Music Weekly! We’ve got the sister duo Bebi Monsuta with their debut EP, 11:11! We are obsessed with all the incredible genre blends you can hear throughout the record, Our favorite song has got to be ‘808’ it’s on a loop and we’re not sorry about it!

The Dodos – Grizzly Peak
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We’ve got an all-new album from The Dodos, Grizzly Peak, which calls for a celebration! This album is an honest, unique, truly beautiful masterpiece. You will not find another album quite like it, front to back it’s stellar. Our favorite track is ‘The Surface.’

Alexa Cappelli – ‘Whiplash’
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Let us be crystal clear, Alexa Cappelli is the moment. She is well on her way to being right up there with the best of the pop girls. Her newest track ‘Whiplash’ is all about indecision when it comes to dating, which so many of us know all too well. It’s a really relatable track that we know people will cling to.

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We would love to hear from you! What is your favorite track from this week’s New Music Weekly? Let us know by commenting down below or by tweeting us @TheHoneyPOP! We are also on Facebook and Instagram!

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